Mt. Manaslu, the eight highest mountain of the world is one of the famous and popular trekking destinations of our country. This mountain expedition is especially designed for those trekkers and mountaineers who wish to trek above the height of 8000m and want to gain experience to climb some of the highest mountain ranges of the world. This beautiful journey takes the trekkers and mountaineers to the top of the world’s eighth highest mountain and gives you an opportunity to see the world from a height above 8000m. Starting from the sightseeing the magnificent Himalayan ranges to getting an opportunity to explore the wilderness of Manaslu, this region has many more to offer to the visitors.
Mountaineers will be trekking and climbing along the untouched and unbeaten trekking trail of our country. Although adventurous and rewarding but only a limited number of mountaineers become a part of this journey as this region is more isolated and remote. Mt. Manaslu Expedition offers the visitors with an awesome opportunity to do the sightseeing of some of the highest mountain ranges of the world such as Everest (Highest mountain of the world), Annapurna, Kanchenjunga, Dhaulagiri, Pumori, Makalu, Fishtail and other many beautiful mountain ranges of the world. One can also do the sightseeing of the unique culture and lifestyle of people who are living in this region since many years.
The journey to the summit of Mt. Manaslu starts with the sightseeing of some of the famous places of Kathmandu valley. We will then take a long and scenic drive to Arughat and then start our trekking journey. From here we will start our trekking and reach to the beautiful valley, Jagat Dang Namrung which acts as the gateway to Larkya La Pass. Trekking ahead for certain duration will lead us to the famous, Larkya Pass. We will start our challenging climb to reach to the summit of this beautiful mountain. From this point you can see the magnificent view of panoramic Himalayas including Manaslu, Cheo Himal, Kang Guru and Annapurna II.
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